Happy Camper

Hats off to Mark Ozaki on another successful K-PAL (Kauai Police Activities League) wrestling season! Actually, Mark had a busy weekend, with K-PAL basketball in Kilauea (Bill Troutman is looking for some generous, big-hearted sponsors to be able to provide medals and trophies for the over two dozen ball players up there). Jeff Dorn was keeping an eye on his daughter Alex Dorn, who was being initiated into the ranks of timekeeper.

Just up the street, Chloe Frederickson of the Kauai Christian Academy was having fun with all the dandelion heads on their campus. Chloe was keeping company with Kaleia Valin, who had her very own jewelry table at the school’s craft fair. Katia Langholz had her crystals on hand for this event, and it is amazing how Lori Ornellas (Mermaid seasonings?) can interact with the little ones (she had a kissing ladybug bracelet from Kaleia) and the adults. She was checking out some wild blue crystal at Katia’s table to add to her collection.

Cade Myers and Lukas Myers, the 8-month-old twin sons of Kristi and Chet Myers, were very expressive at the Kiwanis’ Annual French Toast Breakfast Sunday. Steven Nishimura said it’s been going on ever since he can remember, and Richard Minatoya said it probably started when the club was chartered in 1959. But how long doesn’t matter, because the food was great (Gene Redden is the club’s president, and brings all that expertise from The Salvation Army Kokua Soup Kitchen). Everyone there was quick to point out that the County Engineer Donald Fujimoto was hard at work in the back (he even had made arrangements for takeout in case his family didn’t make the regular time).

• Contact Dennis Fujimoto at 245-3681 (ext. 253) or dfujimoto@kauaipubco.com.


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